Brake & Clutch Master Cylinder Twin 7/8" Bore
This is a combination brake and clutch master . New Cylinder made in the UK by AP Caparo - Original Equipment for drum front brake equipped vehicles.
- Austin Healey Sprite MkI, MkII 1958 to 1963 (c) AN5, (c) H-AN6-101 to (c) H-AN6-24731, (c) G-AN1
- MG Midget MkI 1962 to 1963, (c) AN5, (c) H-AN6-101 to (c) H-AN6-24731, (c) G-AN1
- MGA 1500 1956 to 1959
- Triumph TR2, TR3 to (c) TS13045, 1952-1956
Reservoir Tank, dual outlet
Re-engineered and made to the highest modern standards, yet with great attention to detail that keeps it looking period-correct and authentic looking. These are the absolute best reproductions ever made of the Girling reservoirs. Much time was put into researching the correct decals for these reservoirs, and these reproductions were designed to be absolutely perfect. Even the caps are correct - faceted and embossed where applicable.
Not only was great care taken to get the visual details right, but modern engineering makes this piece better than original. The black paint is resistant to all brake fluids. The cap is supplied with an improved ""no splash"" reservoir seal which limits the exposure of the brake fluid to atmospheric moisture while preventing fluid from splashing against the underside of the cap. The vent holes in the inner and outer cap surface are offset, as they were originally. The vent design and the seal make it impossible for fluid to splash against the underside of the hood.
The original copper washers were prone to leak because the bottom of the can is very thin, and they cannot get an adequate ""crush"". This reproduction piece has special stainless steel washers that have integral DuPont Viton O-rings, with one on the inside and one on the outside to seal the outlet fittings.
- Austin Healey 100-6, 3000 (BN7, BT7 from mid 1959, BJ7, BJ8)
- Triumph TR3A from TS41630 (from 1959) thru TR3B